Thirteen people were shot at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday. Eleven of them were Black and two were White, according to Buffalo Police.
Four of the victims were store employees, including a security guard.
Two people remain hospitalized in stable condition, a spokesman for Erie County Medical Center told CNN Saturday night, and a third person wounded was discharged.
Authorities have announced the names of two of the people killed.
Ruth Whitfield: The mother of retired Buffalo Fire Commissioner Garnell Whitfield Jr. has been identified as one of the victims, according to Mayor Byron Brown. The 86-year-old had just gone to visit her husband in a nursing home and stopped to pick up a few items at the supermarket when she was shot and killed, he told CNN.
Aaron Salter - Brown also identified the supermarket security guard who engaged the suspect during Saturday's mass shooting as Aaron Salter. Brown said Salter is a former Buffalo Police lieutenant who was well-known and respected around the community. Byron said Salter worked at the Tops Family Market for several years in retirement as a security officer.